My latest interior design features PLUS I’m in an eBook!

I’m super excited to let you know that I’ve contributed to an ebook and, after a few months in the making, it has finally launched! This completely FREE ebook is called Niix Tricks for Busy Women and it’s a comprehensive guide of fun, clever hacks to help busy women fit more time into their daily routine.

That’s my blogging buddy Victoria from Apartment No 4 on the cover, I’m so chuffed for her too! I am so proud to be involved in contributing my tips to this publication alongside so many inspirational bloggers. The hacks, tips and ideas in this ebook have already changed the way that I look at my daily tasks so it’s well worth a look. You can download the eBook for free right here. 

And I’ve also contributed to an article on the LuxPad website. It’s a feature on ‘sublime summerhouses’ and I wrote about my friend Lucy’s colourful beach hut style garden building. Check out the full article about sprucing up your garden with these inspirational ideas here and have a read of Lucy’s blog while you’re at it.

In other news, I’ve been nominated for an Interior Blog Award and, while I know I don’t really stand a chance against all those other fantastic interiors bloggers, it would be wonderful if you’d give me a quick vote. All you need to do is enter your email address here and your vote will be counted (and you’ll be entered into a draw to win a £250 gift voucher too, bonus!) Thanks so much for supporting me!

I’ve also contributed to an article on how to decorate a small room to make it feel more spacious. My idea was to get everything off the floor, as seeing more of the floor gives the illusion of more space in the room, no matter how tiny! 55 interior design bloggers have added their tips to this round-up so have a read if you’re planning to decorate a small space. My buddy Victoria from Victoria’s Vintage blog contributed to this article too so be sure check out her blog too. 

I’ve been writing little articles here and there around the internet this month, so I’ll be sure to share any others that are published with you soon. Have a lovely day all 🙂


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Cassie is a freelance writer with a Masters degree in lifestyle promotion studies. She loves to 'get the look for less' so regularly shares thrifty fashion posts, DIY interior design ideas and low-cost recipes on her blog.

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